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Bernadette Peters - Broadway's Best
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#beginquote# There are only 12 notes. Everything becomes related to each other eventually. Just because you have a
image of a Root, d3rd and P5th doesn't mean that it's a mystery chord. E Gb and B can also be analyzed as E F# and B, making it an Esus2 chord. There are no keys that include E and Gb together, only E and F#. So in this case, the enharmonic equivalents start to make sense. The situation's such a son of a bitch, it's a hand I could not lend...the problem here is that we need to move on - it's the music or the end... #endquote#
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